Antelope Park

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The 3000-acre game park is home to a variety of beautiful and charismatic wildlife. See them on game drives, lion walks, horseback safari, bird walks and more.

Get up close and personal with over 20 mammal species, such as zebra, wildebeest, giraffe, kudu, impala, hartebeest and discover over 150 different species of bird that call Antelope Park home, including vultures, rollers, sunbirds and hornbills.

Conservation at Antelope Park

As recently as the 1950’s, over 400 000 lions roamed the African continent. Today, experts estimate their populations to be below 20 000. This represents a loss of 80 – 90% of Africa’s lion populations in just three lion generations.

In response to the drastic decline of lion populations, ALERT (the African Lion & Environmental Research Trust) was founded at Antelope Park in 2005. Together, ALERT and Antelope Park support the multi-stage African Lion Rehabilitation and Release into the Wild Programme, which seeks to augment the decline of the African lion populations through the release of the offspring of captive-bred lions into the wild.

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